Henning, Ed

Edward S. Henning is an avocational archaeologist, author, producer, educator, museum docent and advisor to the curator at the new Sigal Museum (NCHGS) on matters pertaining to anthropology and geology exhibit development. He is also the advisor to the Honorable Robert Redhawk Ruth, Chief of the Lenape Nation of PA, on matters of conservation of Sacred Sites and archaeology issues involving the Nation.

His mission statement is to save the past for our future. In archaeology he assisted Temple University on six formal digs. For the Lenape Nation of PA he surveyed Sacred Sites and then recorded the first Sacred Site ever registered in PA at Scotrun. Ed has published over 40 articles on archeology mainly lithic (stone) tools and produced seven educational CD's for the Sigal Museum and the Lenape Nation of PA. Ed is a member of the Society for Pennsylvania Archaeologists.

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